Lisha Lo (she/her)
Lisha Lo, MHP, joined the Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in 2010. She coordinates the EQUIP Program and VAQS Fellowship, as well as leads and supports literature review work at for Centre-based research projects. Ms. Lo received her MPH from the University of Hong Kong and worked as a research assistant before returning to Toronto, where she conducted a literature review on trigger tools under the guidance of Dr. Ross Baker at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. She brings experience in conducting systematic and scoping reviews, program coordination, and project management and has a keen interest in statistical process control. She recently completed reviews related to standardised communication and quality indicators in transitions from paediatric to adult care. Scoping reviews she is currently working on include exploring i) equity considerations in safety monitoring system, ii) equity frameworks in QI, and iii) best practices in diagnostic communications.